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Big hitters bolster EstimateOne’s prospects after investing $35m

Big hitters bolster EstimateOne’s prospects after investing $35m

Melbourne-based digital procurement platform EstimateOne has attrac...

NSW risks a second larger COVID peak by Christmas if it eases restrictions too quickly

NSW risks a second larger COVID peak by Christmas if it eases restrictions too quickly

New South Wales plans to relax restrictions when vaccination target...

Can a company survive the sudden death of an entrepreneur?

Can a company survive the sudden death of an entrepreneur?

The ‘specialness’ that entrepreneurs bring to their com...

Why governments will have to consider the costs of long COVID when easing pandemic restrictions

Why governments will have to consider the costs of long COVID when easing pandemic restrictions

With governments worldwide under pressure to ease pandemic restrict...

Is Australia a sitting duck for ransomware attacks?

Is Australia a sitting duck for ransomware attacks?

Australian organisations are a soft target for ransomware attacks...

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Treasurer to adopt US-style insolvency laws to stop wave of small business closures

Treasurer to adopt US-style insolvency laws to stop wave of small business closures

Small business has been hit hard by COVID-19. Health restric...

Will Environment Minister Sussan Ley let a mine destroy koala breeding grounds?

Will Environment Minister Sussan Ley let a mine destroy koala breeding grounds?

In the next few weeks, federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley wi...

How the New Payments Platform is changing the way we bank

How the New Payments Platform is changing the way we bank

The New Payments Platform (NPP) has significantly changed everyda...

Corporate dysfunction on Indigenous affairs: Why heads rolled at Rio Tinto

Corporate dysfunction on Indigenous affairs: Why heads rolled at Rio Tinto

Outraged investors have forced the board of Rio Tinto to sack its...

Relax, losing access to China won't make us the 'poor white trash of Asia'

Relax, losing access to China won't make us the 'poor white trash of Asia'

In another round of the increasingly bitter exchanges between Ch...

To buy or build software? That is the question

To buy or build software? That is the question

There are many decisions to make when starting a business, but on...

Have we just stumbled on the biggest productivity increase of the century?

Have we just stumbled on the biggest productivity increase of the century?

One of the most striking responses to the COVID-19 pandemic has ...

If Facebook really pulls news from its Australian sites, we'll have a much less compelling product

If Facebook really pulls news from its Australian sites, we'll have a much less compelling product

Facebook has announced it will ban publishers and people in Austr...

Trouble at the mall as landlords and tenants ponder mutually assured destruction

Trouble at the mall as landlords and tenants ponder mutually assured destruction

"This is not a bluff," Scott Evans, the chief executive...

AMP doesn't just have a women problem. It has an everyone problem

AMP doesn't just have a women problem. It has an everyone problem

The sexual harassment scandal enveloping AMP is another graceless...

It's hard to tell why China is targeting Australian wine. There are two possibilities

It's hard to tell why China is targeting Australian wine. There are two possibilities

It's on again. This time it's Australia's wine industry...

Awards glory: it's not about you

Awards glory: it's not about you

I can't count how many times I have had the tall poppy syndro...

Insider trading has become more subtle

Insider trading has become more subtle

Insider trading comes in two main forms: arguably legal and clear...

I survived COVID-19. Now let's talk about the mental health crisis it has exacerbated

I survived COVID-19. Now let's talk about the mental health crisis it has exacerbated

Research is suggesting that the impact of the coronavirus pandem...

JobKeeper lifeline will remain open for business

JobKeeper lifeline will remain open for business

Since JobKeeper was announced on March 30 it has provided a mass...

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